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NBC
Mar 31, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. that is for tomorrow night. the area between west virginia into illinois and indiana and michigan is tomorrow's weather. tomorrow night, we pick up what you see in wisconsin. i will have more on what will happen then and next week coming up. >> baltimore county police are investigating an early-morning hit and run that killed a junior from towson university. the student is identified as 24 -- 20-year-old ryan daily from new york. he was on northbound washington avenue when a vehicle traveling in the same lane hit him. crews responded just before 2:00 a.m. and paramedics pronounced him dead at the scene. the car is described as an older model silver or white? the car. a man is in the hospital tonight after police shot him while investigating another disturbance. officers were called to the 2500 block of brookfield avenue in the northeast for a report of the disturbance. police said the suspect fled the scene and his description was given to officers on patrol. >> they thought -- spotted the suspect in 2400 block of callow ave. the officer went to apprehend the suspect in a struggle ensued. the suspect w
NBC
Mar 30, 2012 11:00pm EDT
the town of henriville, indiana. >> the district announcing the winners of a select number of permits to grow medical marijuana. >> and a cool new feature on facebook. >> but first here is another winning megamillion numbers. >> today the city announced who could grow medical marijuana. >> sparking plenty of passion and medical marijuana is coming to dc. >> certainly it is one step closer to making a middle ground. >> only six organizations received a license to grow 95 plants at a time. including hollywood's montel williams. other locations channing street and fen wick street, all are in northeast. >> these are the very best of the best. they have the best security plan. they are best quality assurance plan. >> most of the locations are in ward five where residents are torn about their new neighbors. >> we got plenty of youth walking up and down the streets. we want them to maintain a safe and comfortable environment. >> it is best to partner and figure out ways we can benefit. >> he says the cultivation center reached out to him about creating a community garden for the kids. he lik
ABC
Mar 30, 2012 11:00pm PDT
he will sue. he was in the first year of a five-year $50 million contract. >>> an indiana school bus driver is credited with saving the lives of 11 student passengers from a fast-moving tornado. this is the miraculous surveillance video from the bus. the heroic bus driver off loaded the kids and hurried them into a classroom. that's when a tornado closed in and picked up the bus and hurled it into a diner nearby. the driver and 11 kids because of her quick thinking escaped unharmed. >> under all of that pressure too. >>> in the bay area we are in for some weather. >> sandhya patel is here with a look at the storm. >> the storm will start unwinding in the bay area beginning tomorrow morning. you will feel the affects in the form of wind and rain. right now on live doppler 7hd, not a lot happening. this is just moisture in the clouds. most is not reaching the groined. we have -- reaching the ground. the temperatures are in the 50s and the 60s. look how mild it is. 61 in mountain view and 60 in oakland. these are the current readings. san francisco 59 and same thing for san jose. south
NBC
Mar 30, 2012 5:30pm PDT
in henryville, indiana. as a tornado made a direct hit there earlier this month. it lifted the 36,000 pound bus like a toy, tossing it into a nearby diner. the bus driver led students to safety just minutes before. >>> still ahead, as "nbc nightly news" continues this friday, one of america's most exclusive clubs. will they finally admit women? >>> and later, more on the giant jackpot. what is it that makes so many people take a long-shot chance on a dream? >>> an american institution may be under new pressure tonight to admit women as members. next week is one of the biggest tournaments in golf. the masters at america's most exclusive golf club, augusta national. the club has only 300 members, all men. now augusta may have to change course. nbc's lisa myers explains why. >> augusta national golf club is among the most hallowed ground in golf, in its tournament, the masters, has provided some of golf's most memorable moments from its brightest stars. but this year's event threatened to be overshadowed by controversy. the exclusive club which includes the titans of american business, has long re
ABC
Mar 30, 2012 11:00pm EDT
started that fire. wow. >>> a tornado bearing down or her school bus a driver in indiana did really quick thinks, she turn the bus around, headed back and brought all 11 children to safety. >> there is a tornado right there. a funnel cloud. everybody stay together. together. right now. go go go go go. >> the moments later the bus moved across the parking luetin a car, lifted in to the air and goes into a diner. people are calling angel perry a hero. >>> alabama man recovering after being bit by a be headed snake. he thought it was dead and stuck his finger in its mouth. >> i ran down and hit it with the machete and killed it and brought it up. he picked the head up and stuck himself in the finger. >> i didn't know they still bite with the head cut off. it bit me. it hurt. >> i bet it did. 30 minutes later the venom started to take effect. he knew that he might be in trouble. he will be okay. he learned a lesson. don't play with dead snakes. >>> in consumer report credit and debit card users listen up. mastercard and visa said there was a data breach at a data processing firm. they do
FOX News
Mar 31, 2012 6:00am EDT
the tornado in henryville, indiana? we get a look inside of the bus when it was hit bit twister. >>alisyn: if you want to make friends at work keep your desk clean. people admit they do judge their co-workers based on the cleanliness of the work space. how tidy do you keep your desk? skateboard legend in the making. i'm more of an absentee plant parent. [ cellphone rings ] tuscaloosa? schenecty. des moines. ok. ok. ok. i can't always be there to weed my petunias. so now we use miracle-gro shake 'n feed plus weed prevente it feeds plants and preven weeds for up to three months. so my plants grow bigger, more beautiful, without all thweeds. guaranteed. [ cellphone rings ] with miracle-gro shake 'n feed, anyone can have a green thumb. [ cellphone rings ] everyonews with miracle-gr multi-policy discount. paperless discount. paid-in-full discount. [yawning] homeowner's discount. safe driver discount. chipmunk family reunion. someone stole the nuts. squirrel jail. justice! countless discounts. now that's progressive. call or click today. a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in m
CSPAN
Mar 31, 2012 10:45am EDT
are showing." she's referred to as the indiana jones of genealogy, so it's no wonder that c-span chose o select this -- chose to select this session for broadcast today. and, please, let's welcome megan smol enyak. [applause] >> thank you. >> how did this journey begin for you? >> i got into genealogy way back into the sixth grade. it was a homework assignment for meshe cede us go home -- made us go home and find where our surnames were from. and i remember actually feeling sorry or for my class mates because most of them were crowded around the british aisles, and i had -- isles, and i had the whole of the then-soviet union to myself. [laughter] that's when i realized, hey, there's something a little bit different about my heritage, and that's all it took to spark my curiosity. and i happened to live in the d.c. area, so i was the twisted 16-year-old. i wanted to turn 16 not to get a driver's license, but to be able to go to the national archives without an adult. i saved up my allowance to buy death certificates. [laughter] >> did this trouble your parents? >> yeah. but i was already t
CSPAN
Mar 31, 2012 9:30am EDT
war college. she's a distinguished military graduate of indiana university pennsylvania where she received a bachelor in graphic arts and the united states army war college where she received a masters of science in strategic studies. she's success ly commanded staff positions at every level and is currently serving as director intel ops, plans and policy, deputy chief of staff, g-2. let me point out that serving the nation is a family business in the purser household. she is married to joe purser, who is a retired army officer, still serving as a department of the army civilian employee and the army cyber command. if that wasn't enough, the pursers have two wonderful children continuing this proud tradition. jennifer, a captain currently stationed at fort wa chuk ka, arizona and justin, a first lieutenant stationed at fort campbell, kentucky. i should also point out that general purser is my boss on the army staff which provides all the incentive i need today to ladies and gentlemen, brigadier general lessee l. purser. [ applause ] >> ladies and gentlemen, distinguished guests, i
FOX News
Mar 31, 2012 10:00am EDT
and attracting business and talked about this last week, as a matter of fact. and to indiana, i believe, that has lower tax rates and attracting businesses from other states with higher corporate tax rates and in fact, the issue has been studied a few years ago, the bipartisan joint committee on taxation, says the number one way to see increased growth in the economy, lower the corporate tax rate. we're not doing that. we need to. >> well, jonas, you say though, if you add in, all the deductions and all of that, we're actually pretty fair when it comes, we're right about average, when it comes. >> we're more like-- yeah, because our companies, they're-- we don't have much. for example, a value added tax across most of europe, so their governments take tax along the way by adding the tax at different level of sales taxes by the way and we lob it on to the corporation. and i don't think our system is bad. the problem is other countries are lowering it and our companies stay the say until the 80's and japan was the latest to go down and we almost have to go along and you have no choice and the compa
CBS
Mar 30, 2012 11:00pm EDT
driver. that is a guardian angel. meet angel perry. she drives a school bus in indiana. her town was clobbered by a tornado earlier this month. it was a tornado packing winds over 200 miles an hour. and it's bearing down on perry's bus and 11 frightened kids inside. she is in the middle of a route. she is trying to make it home but then she decides to floor it and get back to the school. she pulls in and calmly but quickly gets everyone off that bus making sure all 11 kids are accounted for. >> 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 -- come on. 10, 11. go. go, go. just moments later, that tornado picks up the empty 18-ton bus and flingz it across the parking lot hammering into the wall of a restaurant. the bus driver angel perry saved those kids. she is a true to life hero. >>> in columbus, ohio, not so much a hit and run but a hit and run away. what the driver hit was a convenience store. surveillance cameras captured it. the lady drives up and hits the gas one more time instead of the brakes. there she goes. that suv plows into the store. slim jims, rotissary weaners are going everywhere. >
CNN
Mar 31, 2012 3:00am PDT
at this, this was one of the most memorable images from the tornado that ripped through indiana earlier this month. a school bus thrown through the diner. the bus is empty, moments before this happened there were 11 kids, one bus driver on board, the only way to tell you this story is to listen to the whole thing as it unfolds. you can hear how the bus driver, angel perry, got them all to safety. listen to this. >> i see the tornado on the ground, north of the school. >> get in the middle. there is a tornado there, guys. don't block me. guys, we're going as fast as we can in the school. >> everybody stay together, altogether, right now go, go, go, go, go. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, come on, come on. 10, 11, go, go. >> amazing. you can hear her counting the student as she got them off the bus one-by-one. the bus was flung across the parking lot across the street in the diner, all 11 children are okay. the bus driver as well, amazing. isn't that, reynolds, to tell them put the book on their head get them off the bus one-by-one in a crazy situation. >> she is brilliant. smart. the number o
CNN
Mar 31, 2012 8:00am PDT
. but in an interview he said that the women are lying. >>> in henryville, indiana, new video showing a school bus driver saving group of kids. it's a little bit disturbing but the children are all fine. take a look here. you're looking aet surveillance video from inside the school bus being lifted by this ef-4 tornado. nearly a dozen kidding were on that bus, but the bus driver angel perry got the kids to safety minutes before the bus was hit. in the video recording you can actually hear her taking charge. >> everybody stay together. go, go, go, go, go, go. >> she outran the tornado, quickly rushing the kids out of the bus and to safety. amazing. >> now back to the trayvon martin case. the naacp is holding a rally in sanford, florida. it's one of several events happening today. they expect to hold a rally in d.c. if the next hour and his football team will hold a candlelight vigil in his honor in miramar, florida, at 6:15 eastern time. >>> last night our soledad o'brien held a special investigation regarding trayvon. it included racial profiling and the start your ground law. the teen's final pho
CNN
Mar 31, 2012 9:00am PDT
is only singing about female empowerment. >>> enhenryville, indiana, new video from the outbreak a month ago showing a school bus driver saving a group of kids. i must warn you. what i'm about to show you just might be a bit disturbing. you're looking at surveillance video from inside a school bus being lifted by an ef-4 tornado. nearly a dozen kids were on board but the bus driver, angel perry, got them to safety just minutes before the bus was hit. in the audio recordings from the surveillance you can hear her taking charge. >> everybody stay together. all our group together. go, go, go. >> all right. perry outran the tornado quickly rushing the kids out of the bus and then to safety. >>> now take a look at a very sizable crowd right outside the sanford police department. the naacp led this march in honor of 17-year-old trayvon martin. the demonstrators are demanding the arrest of trayvon martin's shooter george zimmerman. we're going to be following the story throughout the day. our george howell is there, however. george, you're right there on the ground talking to people. what inspi
FOX News
Mar 31, 2012 12:00pm EDT
. and they they are planning a conference call to update customers on the matter. >> unbelievable video in indiana. we'll find out what happened moments before the video was captured. and plus, police and protestors on the border of jerusalem and west bank. the reporter in the middle and tells their story next. e love gardening... yeah, but the feeling wasn't always mutual. i should be arrested for crimes against potted plant-kind. we're armed, and inexperienced. people call me an over-waterer. [ female announcer ] with miracle-gro, you don't have to a great gardener to have a green thumb. every miracle-gro product helps your garden grow bigger, more beautiful flowers and bountiful vegetables. guaranteed. so even if... i have all these tools, and i have no idea how to use them. [ female announcer ] everyone grows with miracle-gro. [ speaking in japanese ] yeah, do you have anything for a headache... like excedrin, ohhh, bayer aspirin... ohh, no no no. i'm not having a heart attack, it's my head. no, bayer advanced aspirin, this is made for pain. [ male announcer ] bayer advanced aspirin has microparticles, e
ABC
Mar 31, 2012 7:00am PDT
minutes before that tornado in henryville, indiana, hit. this is what happened to it. glass breaking. it's pushed across the parking lot, flipped into a restaurant across the street. it's all caught on surveillance. some really chilling audio that came along with it, too. i did a piece last night. you can see it at my facebook page. i've linked it up there. that was what the aftermath looked like. oh, what a mess. will more storms happen today? the answer is yes, nothing like that. a pocket in the northwest, some around chicago that are kind of general. more isolated hail and wind events will happen from memphis to birmingham, jackson included in there, too. so that's something to look for. the northwest has been superrainy. the second wettest for portland ever in march. seattle will likely end up as their third wettest ever. and how about this? you want to warm up a bit? laredo, 101. phoenix and dallas could have the hottest temps yet this year. >> i don't get a lack of storm photos this time of year. but this one had a little story to go along with it. and he knew the weather the accom
Univision
Mar 30, 2012 5:00pm PDT
estrellaba de la fuerza del tornado, pasÓ en indiana y la conductora se llama Ángel, para estos niÑos ella fue un verdadero Ángel, por cierto, otro formado causÓ terror en monterrey mÉxico, dejando una estela gastadora devastadora, e resultaron sin problema, esto es clara seÑal que estamos en plena temporada de tornados pero que imÁgenes, regresamos contigo. >>> muchas gracias, esto demuestra que hay que tener precauciÓn y no desafiar a la naturaleza. >>> muchas gracias, feliz fin de semana. >>> una batalla campal en perÚ en el desalojo de un mercado, uniformado fueron recibidos con golpes e insultos, ellos decidieron prender fuego antes de dejar sus cosas con ellos, en perÚ los vecinos atraparon a un hombre que intentÓ robar en una casa y lo ataron han poste, la policÍa intervino y el sospechoso fue llevado auna estaciÓn de policÍa. >>> una cÁmara fue testigo de un accidente en un desfile en guatemala una carroza pasÓ por encima a un estudiante en un des caÍdo quedÓ por abajo del vehÍculo, afortunadamente sobre viviÓ. >>> el caos se apoderÓ del caos en honduras, cuando
NBC
Mar 31, 2012 7:00am PDT
and gold colors. he is going to indiana state university. >> urban prep changed me as a student and as a young man as a whole, just mainly from me becoming an average student and speaking of becoming an above-average student. >> reporter: some have criticized urban prep over its numbers and students who drop out rapidly. a charge to the school's founder and ceo. >> it is just not true. we are incredibly committed to each and every student that walks in the door. urban prep is a school of choice. there are student who is choosing to come here and students who whose choose to leave. we don't kids away, even if they have to be discarded, so we give students chance after chance after chance and do everything to keep them here. >> reporter: for graduates going off to college, the constant focus has worked. >> from day one, you're going to college, you're going to a four-year university. it is just something you eat, drink and sleep, college. >> reporter: college, a chance for a better future for young men who often come from challenging backgrounds. >> well, congratulations to them.
KOFY
Mar 30, 2012 9:00pm PDT
, very close. >> i want to show you some amazing video of powerful tornado hit henryville, indiana early this month. you see inside a school bus as it is lifted thrown across the street and in a business. the picture gives a clear idea of what it means to be really in the middle of tornado like this. fierce wind hail debris accompanied this 36,000 pound school bus as it plowed into the local diner with that result. and 3 minutes before that destruction, bus driver angel perry and 11 students rushed out of the bus taking cover in the local high school. rushed out of the bus taking cover in the local high school. listen >> everybody stay teing. right now. go. go. go. 1, 2, 3, 4 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 come on come on, 10, 11, go. go. >>reporter: she kept a cool head. that was 3 minutes before the tornado touched dow down. she saved those kids. >>> well as we continue here tonight. dinner with the first couple. >> take a look at the menu yet? don't forget you are on a date night. >> from dating to the being a dad. president opens up to some supporters. that's next dad. president opens
MSNBC
Mar 31, 2012 4:00am PDT
, washington and d.c. then coming up is indiana, north carolina, and west virginia on the 8th of may. nebraska, oregon, the 15th. arkansas and kentucky fall on the 22nd. then wrapping up the month with texas on the 29th. >>> let's go now to the latest on the trayvon martin case. at is 1:00 a.m. eastern the naacp will lead a march to the sanford police department. they are marching for justice and rallying for answers they say. local reports say thousands of people are expected from across the country. and joining me now is the rio.com reporter alek sis alexis stodghill. what do you know. >> people are voicing toe tea total dissatisfaction with the way the trayvon martin case has been handled, and reverend al sharpton is kicking off a call for people to boycott san north the effort to further pressure the police department to arrest george zimmerman. >> here, speaking of arrests, nbc news learned that police arrested george zimer man back in 2005 for resisting an officer and obstructing justice. he was charged with a misdemeanor and ordered to anger management classes. how could this informatio
NBC
Mar 31, 2012 6:00am EDT
claritin clear. >>> and we're back with dramatic views of that tornado hitting indiana earlier this month. this is from a camera mounted inside the school bus. see the twister start to move that bus. windows start to shatter and debris started swirling, clouding the camera lens. seconds later, calmness follows. that tornado destroyed much of the junior high school. if you recall, we were working that saturday morning, the day after this happened, and we saw that bus that had been thrown into that diner. and just recently, they leased the awedoff tudio, trying to ge kids off the bus, the bus driver. >> if you are out in your car and you see something happening, what is the best thing to do? get out of your car or bus, because you don't want to be part of it, if it starts tumbling along. in a culvert is actually safer to be than inside your car. hard to explain to people when it's sideways rain out there. >>> for our weekend, you both have been asking me, is it really going to rain all weekend long? the answer is no, not all weekend, but there are a couple of shower chances here front half
CNN
Mar 31, 2012 7:00am PDT
in indiana. it was thrown through the front of a diner. now we can see what it looked like from inside the empty bus. take a look. it's empty. before it happened there were 11 children and one bus driver on board. the only way to tell you the story, really, is to listen to this whole thing as it unfolded and hear how the bus driver, angel perry, got all of these children to safety. listen. >> i see the tornado on the ground. >> if you've got something to put on your head, do it. there's a tonight right there. don't block me, truck, don't block me. i'm going to go as fast as we can. everybody stay together. all together right now. go, go, go, go, go, go, go, go go. one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, come on, come on, come on, ten, 11, go, go. >> so incredible. such bravery. moments after that was recorded the bus was actually thrown across the parking lot, across the street and into the diner. all 11 children are just fine, thanks to that hero bus driver. >>> politics makes for strange bedfellows. so does hollywood. so how ohio u is this for casting. jane fonda as nan
KRON
Mar 30, 2012 5:00pm PDT
unhappiest of the lean and cooking is live this kundera mahal handwheel in height >>pam: in indiana school bus driver is keeping a cool head. >> catherine: this bus driver was able to get everything under control. this was on march 2nd. you can take a listen. >> are you guys okay? >> she is trying to calm the students after an f 4 >> i put my hands down and asked the lord what do i do? >> catherine: chute radioed the dispatcher. >> she-radioed when chaos was all rounder she made a quick decision. >> all are round her. anybody that needs to call their parents we are going to go back to the school. we will call your parents when we get back to the school. get on the ground and be quiet! put your hands on top of your head. >> catherine: they have 1.5 minutes to find coverage. >> there is the tornado! >> catherine: in a frantic state of mind she instructs the students. they have made it back but the tornado is closer. they make it run for it. everybody stayed together. one, 2, 3, 4. fight. sex. 7. 8. nine, go, go! >> catherine: moments later, the bus is lifting into the air. and is-456 -- now
PBS
Mar 30, 2012 6:00pm PDT
that signed onto the agreement are new york, pennsylvania, michigan, illinois, and minnesota. indiana, ohio, and wisconsin declined for now, but could join the partnership later on. right now, there are no offshore wind turbines in the lakes. opponents contend they would ruin views, lower property values, and hurt birds and fish. those are some of the day's major stories. now, back to jeff. >> brown: and we turn to a pledge to improve working conditions at one of apple's major suppliers in china. as apple surged toward its status as the world's most valuable company, the calls for it to account for how its wildly popular ipads and iphones are made have grown. last month, the california-based firm announced it had asked the fair labor association, a monitoring group, to investigate foxconn, apple's main contract manufacturer in china. foxconn works for dozens of other firms, too. altogether, it produces some 40% of the world's electronics, with a workforce of 1.2 million. in a report about foxconn released yesterday, the f.l.a. cited excessive overtime, exceeding 60 hours a week, and problem
NBC
Mar 31, 2012 9:00am EDT
hitting indiana earlier this month. from a camera mounted inside a school bus, you can see the twister start to move the bus. windows shattered and debris swirling inside. it clouded up the camera lens. seconds later, the calmness came back. the tornado destroyed much of a junior high school. no one hurt. incredible how fast that goes by. >> what is even more incredible. i think it was moments or hours before, that was full of children, and they were able to get the kids to the school safely. >> time stamp in the upper window, 3:15, right when they were leasing. a lot of bus drivers -- sending kids home early. knew there would be bad weather. bus drivers saw the bad weather developing and turned around, went back to the school, and no doubt, saved a lot of potential injuries. >> the bus driver is talking to the children, i see the tornado. the kids, how amazing how calm they remained and listened to everything she said. >> a lot of times, when you have the big storms, you lose perspective. it's such a big storm like that those tornadoes running about 45 or 50 miles an hour. they did a
CBS
Mar 31, 2012 5:00am PDT
, indiana, a couple other -- delaware, a couple other states that will do that. i would always encourage that. if you can stay quiet, because once you've told the world you're getting money you never expected to have, and everybody has their hand out. you're not -- you're never prepared for it. >> i spoke to a winner earlier this week who won in new jersey. she was saying the moment she got the winnings, she sat back, she waited a month to even go and collect. >> well, that -- i would actually wait longer or wait until everything's in place. the first thing i want to you do is find a estate planning attorney or financial adviser. someone who's worked with this type of money before. and there's things like a trust, who you're going to leave the money to. are you going to include charities? all these different issues that come up. you don't want to be doing this on the fly. you want to go ahead and have that in place and then collect the money and then implement the plan at that point. >> it would seem to me, though, that you're really -- if you do become public, and it's hard not to, let'
CNN
Mar 31, 2012 5:00am PDT
after an ef-4 tornado ripped through henryville, indiana. remember this? a school bus impaled into a restaurant? we're getting a look now inside that bus as the tornado hit captured by security cameras onboard. moments before, there were 11 students sitting in those seats that you see there. the school bus driver is on the radio, and listen as he turns the bus around and heads back to the school, a tornado heading straight for them. >> tornado on the ground. >> everything's -- if you have a book to put over your head, do it. there's a tornado right there, guys. look a funnel cloud. don't block me, truck. don't block me. guys, we're just going to go as fast as we can into the school. everybody stay together. the whole group, together. right now, go, go, go, go. go-go! one, two, three, four, five -- six, seven -- eight -- nine. come on. come on! >> ten, elive. go, go! >> three minutes later -- this is what happened. thank goodness those kids were out of that bus. >>> reynolds is back with us. quick thinking. what a hero, right? that bus driver? >> absolutely right. every second
CSPAN
Mar 31, 2012 9:15am EDT
in south bend, indiana -- most americans are very comfortable talking about religion. they actually like talking about it. we listened in on a few of these interviews as the questions were being asked, and it's very clear that most of the people we spoke to because they themselves are religious, that's the way america is, they were very comfortable talking about these sorts of questions and found it to be a very natural thing. so i'll just sort of put that out there as, you know, sort of my counter as to why i do take these results seriously. i don't want to take everything with a grain of salt. i don't necessarily believe that everyone who says they're in church every week is actually in church every week, but at least they want us to think it. and that's worst knowing. another question here. >> as an academic, political theology or interplay between politics, i'm sure you could give us an opinion on religion not being as big in politics, but we've been seeing an increased involvement as a specific campaign issue or creating division within political parties and within, you know, our co
CSPAN
Mar 31, 2012 7:00am EDT
congress. let's go to evansville, indiana. matthew is on the independent line. good morning. caller: good morning. i was listening to the last caller and i do not really know what i was going to say. i think is important that the tv's or the cameras that are covering congress when they talk about money, that is something they need expert -- that needs expert advice there. that is all. thank you. host: thank you, matthew. fred on twitter says cameras make it impossible for people to live. i do not want members to cooperate to raise spending. the pressure is on and it is hard. give us a call about the cameras in congress issue. the article as we began this debate -- we've got about 40 minutes left on this segment cameras came up in an article in the politico.com at the end of -- in political or at the end of last year. newt gingrich said his years of debate prep were actually through c-span. he said the cable network gave him a conduit to reach a generation of conservative activists, and a laboratory for figuring how to dominate the news cycles, skills he has relied on in debate performance
CSPAN
Mar 31, 2012 7:00pm EDT
by our creators." why does the northwest ordinance of 1787 organize illinois, indiana, ohio, part of wisconsin and michigan -- why does it say religion, morality and knowledge being important? schools are vital. notice the order. religion, morality and knowledge, it eliminated by the modern left to the only knowledge, which explains much of what is wrong with our culture today. [applause] >> so, you not have to have a theological agenda. you could have them use president lincoln's second inaugural -- march, 1865, four years of civil war. he had been dramatically reshaped by the pain of war, and he knew he personally in posted because at any point he couldn't accept the south's leading, and the war would have ended. he became a dramatically more religious person. he read the bible every afternoon. if you get a chance, go to stand in the lincoln memorial and read the gettysburg address, which says "one nation under god" which lincoln wrote by hand. that is what got me into politics when it was concluded that that was not constitutional, and i concluded that was hostile and we needed
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